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Full Body HIIT
Full Body HIIT
Perform exercises 1-5 for 40 sec each with a 20 sec rest in between – 5 rounds
- Lunge Curl Press
- Side Squat to Upright Row (20 sec each side)
- Plank Up Down Wide Mountain Climbers
- Half Burpee Punches
- Crunch Hammer Curl
Lunge Curl Press
Start with a dumbbell in each hand and one foot about 3 feet back. Keep your weight in your front foot heel as you lunge down, curl the dumbbell up towards your shoulders then press them above your head as you stand up. Bring the dumbbells back down to your sides as you lunge back down and repeat.
Side Squat to Upright Row (20 sec each side)
Holding one dumbbell step out to your side with your opposite leg. Squat down bringing the dumbbell towards your foot, and rowing it up as you step back. Keep your palm facing yourself the whole time.
Plank Up Down Wide Mountain Climbers
Start in plank position with your shoulders directly over your hands. Bring one knee up at a time wide, towards your elbow. Alternate each side, after your do one on each leg you are going to drop down into a low plank. Bring one arm at a time down to your forearms and do the wide mountain climber on each side. Then back up into the plank and repeat. Keep your core tight and try not to move your hips, keep them in place and don’t let them rock.
Half Burpee Punches
Start in plank position with a dumbbell in each hand. Jump your feet up outside of your hands and bring your chest up while keeping your butt down. Curl the dumbbells up toward your chest with your palms facing each other. Punch the dumbbells out one arm at a time keeping your arms strong through the movement. After doing one on each arm, bring the dumbbells back down to the ground, jump your feet into plank position and repeat. It’s important here to maintain the low squat as your punch the dumbbells out and to keep your weight sitting in you heels.
Crunch Hammer Curl
Get balanced on your glutes with both your legs off the ground and a dumbbell in each hand. Bring one leg up towards your chest at a time while also hammer curling the dumbbell with the opposite arm.